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Why Neil Still Writes His Own Blog Posts #2067
April 16, 2022

In episode #2067, we share the reasons that Neil still writes his own blog posts. While writing can be time-consuming and laborious, Neil still finds a lot of enjoyment in the process, and keeping up this habit is something that he values a lot. Tune in to hear about how maintaining the pieces of your business that you are passionate about can improve your life and build future success!


  • [00:25] Today’s topic: Why Neil Still Writes His Own Blog Posts.
  • [00:27] Eric’s feelings about writing content currently.
  • [00:59] Letting enjoyment drive your writing and other activities.
  • [01:27] How passion can impact the quality of your content.
  • [02:14] Doing what you love as a way to build a better future and more success.
  • [02:58] Comparing Neil’s writing versus that of the team that helps him.
  • [03:49] What comprises evergreen content?
  • [04:09] That’s it!
  • [03:24] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io/live to get more info about our upcoming event!


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